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Hollywood Fringe Festival Will Return in 2011

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After 175 groups performed in 30 different venues, filling up a combined 17,000 seats, this summer, the people behind the first Hollywood Fringe Festival announced today that they'll be back next year. The news also means performers and troupes can sign up for the uncurated festival, provided they can find a venue -- traditional or found spaces -- within their Hollywood boundaries. The event, which LAist approves up whole-heartedly, will take place over ten days between June 16 and 26th.

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